The Amazon Appstore doesn’t have the available selection that Google Play has, but it’s hard to complain when it’s willing to give away a different free app each day. Actually, no it isn’t, not when the time comes to update said app and the process won’t initiate because it’s over 50MB and you’re on a mobile data connection. Any higher than that, since version 2.3 hit (though the limitation was even lower before then), has been a job for WiFi.
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Amazon Appstore v8 Finally Removes The Aggravating 50MB Update Limit When Not On Wi-Fi was written by the awesome team at Android Police.